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Kinesiotaping Course in the Midlands

For those interested in learning more about kinesiotaping, there is a course in Birmingham on February 16th. Here is a copy of the Course information: Kinesiology Taping Course Birmingham February 2013 If you want to read my thoughts on Kinesiotaping, take a look at these posts: Kinesiotaping Strategies 3 Great Reasons for Kinesiotaping Physioblogger Related PostsQuick […]

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Kinesiotaping Strategies

Kinesiotaping is one of the techniques I have used since I qualified as a physio.  I never really heard anything about it at Uni, a few weeks after qualifying I went on a 1 day introduction courses by one of the the top German instructors.  It was great, taping all day and being taped and […]

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Equipment I Use in the Clinic

I was always told by the people I respected most in therapy that the better you are the less you need to work with.  Or if you can treat someone in an empty room you can treat anywhere.  I spent a long time adhering to this, using only exercise, my hands and the clinic floors/walls. […]

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Course Review: Spydertech Kinesiotaping

I was lucky enough to go to the Spydertech kinesiotaping course in Denmark a few months ago.  Early start (4am) to catch the first flight to Copenhagen from Luton. The course was being taught by the inventor of the Spider Tech pre-cut kinesiotape, Kevin Jardine.  I have to say that I’ve seen kinesiotape being presented […]

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I’ve spoken a lot about the strategies I use for creating range in various areas of the body, for example, on Tuesday I spoke about some Functional Shoulder Treatment Strategies, which when used correctly will often create a large amount of range. During the post I didn’t talk about what I do after the treatment […]

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